Message of the Coordinator

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In Davao, the KDC is located in the University of Southeastern Philippines. Open to the public, the USeP-KDC offers easy access to a wealth of information through the Internet and a diverse collection of World Bank publications and other development-related publications to students, researchers, NGOs, media, government agencies, and business firms.

In line with our institution’s vision and programs and using the resources in our community, including the KDCs, we undertake to share information, facilitate the exchange of experiences, and organize the appropriate fora for meaningful and informed discussions of development issues.

We affirm our belief that development is about people, and we support the country’s desire for social progress, better governance, and economic stability.

Within this framework, we continue to establish, expand, and strengthen our partnership with various groups in society.

                                                                                                        (SGD.) Restituta D. Macarayo
                                                                                                                   
KDC Coordinator

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